Imelda May to turn Engine Shed ‘inside out’

Irish blues songstress Imelda May will be bringing her unique rockabilly-esque style music to Lincoln’s Engine Shed on Saturday, 26th November. Her powerful vocals and emotive lyrics are reinventing the stereotype of a female singer from the UK and Ireland.

Since her first LP release in 2005, May has gone from strength to strength having two #1 albums in her home of Ireland. Her latest album, “Mayhem”, was released last year and reached #7 in the UK album charts.


Imelda May's soaring voice will provide a change in style to the latest Engine Shed acts. Photo: Alberto Cabello

Following her rise to fame, May has appeared on Never Mind The Buzzcocks and was one of the artists involved in the 2009 Children In Need single. Last year she was the support act for legendary rocker Meat Loaf on his UK tour.

The doors open at 6:30pm and there is an early curfew of 10pm. The event is strictly 16+ and ID will be required for entry. Tickets are priced at £23.50 plus booking fees and go on sale at 9am Friday, 11th March. For more information visit the Engine Shed website.

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